Unfortunately, even the parents who make an effort to utilize reusable baby nappies end up doing the environment a disservice. An ingenious solution to a pungent problem, the Swish Sustainable Diaper Cleaner does not require such great quantities of water for rinsing.
Iven Dieterle proposes a standalone device as the best way to wash dirty diapers. This way, there is no risk of contaminating other clothing or having to run a separate load for a few small articles. This mechanism is compact but perfect for doing a couple days' worth of washing at once. It boasts more sanitary benefits than a standard domestic washing machine since its spherical form spins and rinses in all directions.
Earning it extra points for eco-friendliness, the Swish Sustainable Diaper Cleaner uses solar panels for power and reuses grey water to grow soap nuts as detergent for future loads.
The Swish Sustainable Diaper Cleaner Encourages Cloth Nappy Use
Amelia Roblin — January 12, 2012 — Eco
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